The NBCUniversal Internship Program allows students to unlock their potential by contributing to big projects in meaningful ways that matter. To thrive as an NBCU intern, you are someone who is ready to bring their passion for media, entertainment, and technology along with their desire to learn each day.
For more information on NBCUniversal internships around the country, please visit this link: https://www.nbcunicareers.com/internships#intern_pos
The deadline to apply for many of these internships is Friday, Feb. 17.
College students or 2023 college graduates can now apply for paid internships at nine nonprofit newsrooms across the country.
The Scripps Howard Fund created the internship program, aimed at giving students of diverse backgrounds high-quality, hands-on experience, at no cost to the newsroom. The Fund is partnering with the Institute for Nonprofit News (INN), which leads the 400-newsroom INN Network.
There will be six 10-week internships and three 20-week internships. The selected news organizations will host and hire the interns.
The nonprofit newsrooms selected for the 20-week internship are:
The nonprofit newsrooms selected for the 10-week internships are:
Aspiring journalists who are interested in the internship program can apply here.
An intern can apply for a grant to help with housing, relocation and other expenses to support their ability to accept an internship. Interns would apply to the Fund after being awarded an internship.
Learn more about the Fund’s internship program here.
Washingtonian’s editorial fellowship offers applicants the chance to immerse themselves in all aspects of making a magazine. As a regional magazine for the national capital, we cover a universe that includes national newsmakers and hometown tastemakers, everything from power politics to local real estate to the ways our diverse city shops, eats, and dresses. Our editorial fellows fact-check stories, work occasional magazine events, and write as often as possible for our magazine and our website. The ideal applicant is a self-starter, ready to collaborate with our creative newsroom and get fired up about covering the day’s happenings in Washington—but also someone with enough curiosity to sniff out interesting news, trends, and personalities that aren’t already in the media. Over the years, our editorial fellows have written feature stories, landed magazine jobs, and had tons of fun. Join us!
Fellows are paid at a rate of $16.10/hour
To apply: Please send your résumé, cover letter and two clips to email@example.com. Clips should be hyperlinked or in PDF format. The application deadline for the summer fellowship is Monday, February 20 at 11:59 PM. This fellowship will run from late May through late August.
MPT has current openings for in-person and/or virtual paid and unpaid internships that offer valuable experience in television programming, development, co-productions and related business development. These positions are filled by creative, motivated and energetic students from a variety of majors who lend their effort and time - a minimum of 16 hours per week - in exchange for an engaging educational experience.
MPT internships offer a thorough introduction to Maryland Public Television including our mission and expectations. We are committed to providing a solid work experience to serious minded individuals in a positive environment.
Maryland Public Television, which is commonly known by its familiar name "MPT", is a public television network that comprises six television stations that broadcast throughout the entire state of Maryland as well as into the District of Columbia and parts of Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia. MPT is the only state-wide broadcaster in Maryland. MPT is a member of the Public Broadcasting Service.
For more information on the different types of internships offered at MPT, please click here.
MDDC’s Reese Cleghorn internship program supports college-student journalists by providing experience, training and mentoring in newsrooms in Maryland, Delaware or District of Columbia through full-time, 8-week paid summer internships (total compensation for each intern is at least $4,240 for the 8-week program).
Apply --deadline is Dec. 9, 2022
Students with a strong career interest in print journalism (and associated platforms) who have completed a college-level course in one of these areas or have equivalent experience on a college or community publication. Open to undergraduates either:
The Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk, Virginia, is now accepting newsroom internship applications for 2023. Internships will be offered throughout the year: Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. We're offering internships in reporting, photography and audience engagement.
Reporters: Produce a regular and compelling mix of stories, including news and features. Must be able to write accurately and meet deadlines. Must be able to travel for news coverage as required. Interns will collaborate with editors and other team members on stories and brainstorming.
Photography/videography: Photojournalism interns will cover one or more assignments a day and should be able to capture compelling images that tell a story with accuracy and authenticity, including complete and accurate captions.
Audience engagement: Connect with our audiences using social media platforms. Work with reporters and editors to break down complex stories and create engagement plans. Use news judgment to manage our homepages and send alerts. Write newsletters.
Qualifications: Applicants must be enrolled at time of application in a degree-granting program at an accredited college or university, or be a recent graduate within the past year.
Apply by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. When applying, please indicate in the subject line which position(s) you’re interested in, and when you’re interested in interning here.
Our internship periods last 12 weeks, and we pay $15 an hour.
Interns are expected to be located in the Norfolk area during the internship and must be able to drive to assignments. More information can be found on our website: pilotonline.com/internships. Contact internship coordinator Sean Kennedy at email@example.com.
Title -- Social Media Intern -- create social media posts for the County Sports Zone website, which covers high school sports in the area. Internship would begin at the start of the fall 2022 semester and last for at least 10 weeks.
Responsibilities and Duties
Contact - Wesley Brown at
Title – Writer – write sports features for the County Sports Zone website, which covers high school sports in the area. Internship would begin at the start of the fall 2022 semester and last for at least 10 weeks.
Responsibilities and Duties
Contact - Wesley Brown
Title – Production Assistant – commercial audio projects. Internship begins in May and continues through summer 2022.
Assists with the production of radio programs including development and maintenance of social media and web site; communication and follow-up with business partners; participates in development of advertising prospects.
Responsibilities and Duties
• Establish and maintain current social media presence and support – YouTube, Facebook,
• Update existing “Christmas in Maryland” web site
• Meet with both business partners as necessary throughout the production process including studio recording times
Qualifications and skills
• Enthusiastic self-starter and communicator
• Working knowledge of graphic design and tools such as Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop
• Creative writing Work environment – work remotely and in Towson, Maryland studio.
We are receptive to a discussion of this becoming a paid position.
Contact – On Q Productions – Please send résumé to Joe Evelius at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please call Joe Evelius at 410.382.6066 with questions or for clarification.
Ad Council has several internship opportunities in a variety of different functions that would interest TU Mass Communication students. Please click on the Ad Council employment page link below to inquire about these promising internships.
The Partnership for Public Service is excited to announce the launch of a new internship
program for students to explore a career in public service. The Future Leaders in
Public Service internship program is designed to give upper-level undergraduate students
and graduate students paid work experience at a federal agency.
Students who participate will receive a $4,000 stipend as well as access to professional development workshops and networking opportunities during their internship. The internship placements will begin during summer 2022.
Maryland Public Service Scholars Programs are for all Maryland college students.
The Governor's Summer Internship Program is scheduled from May 31 to August 12 and is open for rising juniors and seniors.
The Sondheim Nonprofit Leadership Program is scheduled from May 31 to August 12 and is open for rising juniors, seniors and current graduate students.
The Maryland Department of Transportation Fellows is scheduled from May 31 to August 12 and is open for rising juniors and seniors.
Full-time internships (Remote & In-Person), remote seminars, reflections, events and projects equip students with the knowledge, strategies and network to lead meaningful change.
Final Deadline is March 1, 2022
Apply at https://publicservicescholars.umbc.edu/apply
IRTS SUMMER FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMVirtual for Summer 2022 - June 5 - August 5, 2022Plus One-Week Expense-Paid NYC Conference
Students selected for this highly competitive program learn about opportunities throughout the media industry, in addition to virtually interning at a specific company where skills are matched to a corresponding area of our business.
Internship placements in previous years have included NBCUniversal, ViacomCBS, Disney, ABC News, Horizon Media, OMG, FOX, D1A and many other media companies and agencies!
Link to online application: https://webportalapp.com/appform/2022_irts_sfp_college_restricted
Because we want to hear from the Towson community and its incredible students, we're opening a special application specifically for you.
Applications due Sunday, February 20, 11:59pm EST - but the sooner the better for submissions!
Learn more about the IRTS Summer Fellowship Program:https://irtsfoundation.org/college-programs/summer-fellowship/
To learn more about some of our incredible alumni please follow this link: https://irtsfoundation.org/college-programs/summer-fellowship/alumni-profiles/
This year's program will include:
· In-person, expense-paid orientation week in NYC (subject to pandemic status)
· Paid, remote internship at a media company
· Virtual sessions with top media industry companies
· Mentoring and unparalleled access to the IRTS network
The 8-week internship portion of the program that follows orientation week will be remote from your home base. This ensures a smooth uniform program as companies continue to transition to new business models where employees work from home part-or-all of the time and office space is being consolidated.
Through our successful 2020 & 2021 virtual programs, we saw how IRTS can continue to inspire and open doors for young professionals, even when we can't be in-person!
Broad Institute's Office of Communications is accepting applications for our full-time summer science writing and communications internship. Full information about the internship, including eligibility requirements, is available via the link below. They are looking for one intern who can join us remotely full-time for 12 weeks, starting in May or June and ending in August. We are offering a salary of $22/hour, and aim to provide a comprehensive, mentored experience that touches on many of the major activities of a communications department in an academic research institution (e.g., external and internal communications writing, social media, web content development, video development). Interested applicants should email Associate Director for the institute, Tom Ulrich, directly with a cover letter, CV/resume, two to three writing samples targeted to a lay audience, and the contact information for two references. Application Deadline: 2/28/22 | More InformationScience Writing Internship - Princeton University The Princeton University Office of the Dean for Research is seeking a highly motivated individual for a science writing internship. The intern will be responsible for writing about Princeton University research for a non-technical audience. The intern will write news articles, feature articles, web content and other items in the style used by major newspapers and magazines. Responsibilities include reading scientific papers, interviewing faculty members, writing, rewriting, compiling and editing information, social media, and acquiring illustrations. The intern must have excellent writing skills and possess the ability to write about science for the non-specialist. The intern's educational background should include previous training or current enrollment in science journalism or writing classes at the undergraduate or graduate level. The successful candidate must be capable of working in a fast-paced environment, meeting regular deadlines and handling multiple projects simultaneously. Skills in podcasting, video production and social media are also valuable. Opportunity Details Dates: Eight weeks (approximately early-June to early-August; exact dates are flexible) Time: Full-time (40 hour/week) Location: In-person work at the Princeton University campus is preferred. Remote work may be considered. Compensation: $18/hour Deadline to apply: Position is open until filled.
Submit your resume, cover letter and three science-related writing samples in the style of news articles, feature articles, blog postings or other pieces written for a non-specialist audience. Email the application (preferably as a single PDF) to Catherine Zandonella at email@example.com.